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Making a Seam Ripper, Easy Lathe Project you can sell. Sweet dyed wood finish *HD*
By: Chad Schimmel
December 04, 2018 · 2,333 views

In this video I show you a simple and easy lathe project, the seam ripper. These are fun and easy kits to make and are great gifts and good craft show sellers. Here is the kit I used, http://goo.gl/D48AdC Here is the Dye shown, http://goo.gl/eFVZgm Here are the Easy Wood Tools used, http://goo.gl/56hdpE For other pen making, wood turning and projects please visit http://www.turnerswarehouse.com Thanks for watching... chad

 

making a crochet hook handle
By: Lassen Lathe Works
August 28, 2018 · 119 views

this is how i made a crochet hook handle for a size d hook. if you like this video let me know. if you have any filming tips i wouldn’t mind hearing them also any question feel free to ask. Check out my shop on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/shop/lassenlatheworks

 

Seam Ripper
By: Fatso's Workshop
June 07, 2018 · 155 views

I made up this seam ripper out of Black Hearted Sassafras along with a few more to take along to the Soul Craft Festival market that I'm attending this coming weekend. I thought I should have something apart from yarn bowls on the stall. This will be my first proper market so it will be interesting to see how my stuff is received. Music: Jane The Ripper by Cullah is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License. Old Ripper by Brendon Wood is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License.

 

Wood Turning a Seam Ripper Handle.
By: Turning Round
January 19, 2018 · 459 views

Please subscribe to this channel so I can continue to make videos. In this wood turning video I make a Seam Ripper handle on my wood lathe. I start with a small piece of wood called a pen blank. It is a nice project for a person who loves to sew. You can make these and give them away and all your sewing friends will love you. Check out my Etsy Store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TurningRound Check out my Website: http://turninground.biz/ Or support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TurningRound Or Find me in Instagram as: TurningRound https://www.instagram.com/turninground/ Thanks for watching.

 

Woodturning- Seam Ripper & Stiletto
By: 207 Made
October 29, 2017 · 378 views

207made on facebook and Instagram, feel free to like comment and sub

 

Violet Seam Ripper or unpicker
By: Pens For Paws
March 10, 2017 · 10 views

Here is the a creating time lapse vlog of our Violet Seam Ripper with chrome finished. How to turn 1. Attach the Violet acrylic blank to the Chuck via a Pen-Plus Jaw. 2. Drill from the right using a Drill Chuck and required drill bit. 3. Cut the blank on the lathe using a parting tool. 4. Glue and insert the tubes into the blanks. 5. Not using the barrel trimmer, I sanded each end of the blank. 6. Insert the bushings necessary for the required pen and put back onto the lathe on a mandrel. 7. Turn the pen to the desired thickness. 8. Sand the blank. 9. Apply the finish. I used a product call EEE-Ultra Shine. 10. Assemble the Seam Ripper Thank you for watching Backgroung music: Sweet Success http://www.purple-planet.com/ Find http://www.pens4paws.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Pens-for-Paws-1713278098958584/ https://www.instagram.com/pens4paws

 

Breaking Waves Seam Ripper
By: Pens For Paws
February 09, 2017 · 18 views

Here is the creating of a custom order of Breaking Waves Seam ripper with chrome finished. How to turn 1. Attach the Breaking Waves acrylic blank to the Chuck via a Pen-Plus Jaw. 2. Drill from the right using a Drill Chuck and required drill bit. 3. Cut the blank on the lathe using a parting tool. 4. Glue and insert the tubes into the blanks. 5. Use a barrel trimmer with a drill press to square off the edges down to the tube on either end of the blank. 6. Insert the bushings necessary for the required pen and put back onto the lathe on a mandrel. 7. Turn the pen to the desired thickness. 8.

 

Woodturning a Darning Egg
By: Cip's Wood Chips
February 02, 2017 · 4,072 views

This is my first video of 2017. I make a 'Darning Egg' for my daughter from a piece of Mesquite wood. This project was based on diagram that can be found at: http://www.woodworkslibrary.com/repository/005/images/A-II--4-c.png Gutenberg EBook of A Course In Wood Turning by Archie S. Milton and Otto K. Wohlers

 

Nublu seam Ripper
By: Pens For Paws
January 11, 2017 · 27 views

Here is the time lapse vlog of creating our Nublu Seam Ripper [Unpicker] with chrome finished. How to turn 1. Attach the Nublu acrylic blank to the Chuck via a Pen-Plus Jaw. 2. Drill from the right using a Drill Chuck and required drill bit. 3. Cut the blank on the lathe using a parting tool. 4. Glue and insert the tubes into the blanks. 5. Use a barrel trimmer with a drill press to square off the edges down to the tube on either end of the blank. 6. Insert the bushings necessary for the required pen and put back onto the lathe on a mandrel. 7. Turn the pen to the desired thickness. 8. Sand

 

Seam Ripper
By: iggy woodturning
November 22, 2016 · 57 views

Used a Dyed purple bottle stopper for the seam ripper. This is my first youtube video any comments on making this better please leave a comment.

 

Maple and American Cherry sewing box
By: Harry’s Woodcraft
July 28, 2016 · 1,801 views

Harry’s Woodcraft at the Little Garden Shed Workshop Maple and American Cherry sewing box with a Milliput insert. Jimson's Stuff Faceplate Mounting Jig https://www.youtube.com/watch?v 9zaPYFf_wx0 Music: Humidity silent partner Thank you for watching Please like, share and subscribe You can also follow me on: facebook: https://www.facebook.com/harrybrian.watts Instagram https://instagram.com/harrys_woodcraft/ twitter: https://twitter.com/HarrysWoodcraft

 

Acrylic Seam Ripper
By: WayneAvenueWoodshop
February 11, 2016 · 1,416 views

In this video, I show how I made an acyrlic seam ripper on the lathe.

 

Hand turned Bocote seam ripper - Sewing Tool
By: FireFly Goods
December 27, 2015 · 147 views

Turned my second seam ripper this weekend while I was in the shop. This one will be available for sale in our shop if anyone might be interested: https://www.etsy.com/listing/261760914/hand-turned-seam-ripper-bocote-two-blade We can make custom orders as well. Just hit us up via #etsy and we will make something nice happen for you. :)

 

Purpleheart seam ripper - Hand turned sewing tools.
By: FireFly Goods
December 26, 2015 · 775 views

This was not only my first attempt at turning a seam ripper, but it was also a Christmas gift for my wife who loves to sew. It is turned from Purpleheart wood that has a deep purple coloring to it. The finished product has reversible and removable seam rippers in different sizes and has an additional stiletto tool as well.

 

Seam Rippers
By: RJBWoodTurner
August 06, 2015 · 13,543 views

I got a request from a lady to make two seam rippers. We determined that she wanted one in Chrome and one in Gold. She gave me the choice of what woods to use so I choose two of my favorites: Olivewood from Bethlehem Israel and Cocobolo from Central America. I chose these woods because of their grain, color and beauty when finished. I am very happy with the results and since I have never turned a seam ripper in a video, I decided to film the process and share it with everyone. I hope you find it informative and enjoyable. Regards, Bob

 

Lilac sewing handle with Pens Plus finish.
By: Cook Crafted Workshop
April 09, 2015 · 304 views

Lilac wet sanded with walnut oils to 2k grit then 4 costs of pens plus then a light buff with walnut oil microcrystal paste wax.

 

Lath Polished Sewing Seam Ripper. Dr. Kirk wax
By: Cook Crafted Workshop
March 08, 2015 · 113 views

 

Olivewood Seam Ripper Time Lapse
By: WayneAvenueWoodshop
September 30, 2014 · 482 views

Time lapse video turning a seam ripper. Music by Guillicuddy (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/gillicuddy/)

 

Turn A Seam Ripper For Quilting and Sewing
By: As Wood Turns
April 26, 2013 · 3,938 views

http://www.AsWoodTurns.com February, at the Desert Woodturning Roundup, I met Wayne Wolfe. He showed me pictures of several quilt and sewing tools that he has woodturning. My wife said she wanted one - so off I go. For the hardware, I purchased a seam ripper at a fabric store and discarded its lid. The wood is a exotic wood pen blank I purchased in an assortment. The woods were not labeled so I don't know what species of wood it is. Step 1: Mount in a chuck. Step 2: Drill 1/4' hole 1 5/8' deep (for my ripper). Then enlarge the hole by one bit size down to 1/2' Step 3: Turn a simple, easily held handle. A lot of beads and coves may show off turning skills but would be less comfortable to hold. Mine is finished with beeswax and mineral oil That's all - a simple but useful project. A great Mother's Day gift Enter your email at http://www.AsWoodTurns.com & I'll let you know when the next woodturning project video is ready.

 

Turning a Seam Ripper
By: Eugen Schlaak
March 06, 2013 · 3,045 views

A most handy tool for a quilter or anybody who sews, produced on a woodturning lathe

 

Needle Case/Threader
By: David Smith
December 19, 2011 · 850 views

Demonstrates using the threader of the Needle Case/Threader. For more information see: http://www.davidreedsmith.com/Accessories/NeedleCase.htm

 

Sewing kit Segment 8 of 8
By: Bob Hamilton
February 06, 2010 · 2,009 views

This is segment 8 of 8 of a video about turning a sewing kit. This project came from an article in BH&G WOOD magazine, either the Aug. 1994 issue or the Nov. 1996 issue. I can't tell from the on-line index description which article it was and I no longer have the magazine.

 

Sewing kit Segment 7 of 8
By: Bob Hamilton
February 06, 2010 · 1,962 views

This is segment 7 of 8 of a video about turning a sewing kit. This project came from an article in BH&G WOOD magazine, either the Aug. 1994 issue or the Nov. 1996 issue. I can't tell from the on-line index description which article it was and I no longer have the magazine.

 

Sewing kit Segment 6 of 8
By: Bob Hamilton
February 06, 2010 · 1,644 views

This is segment 6 of 8 of a video about turning a sewing kit. This project came from an article in BH&G WOOD magazine, either the Aug. 1994 issue or the Nov. 1996 issue. I can't tell from the on-line index description which article it was and I no longer have the magazine.

 

Sewing kit Segment 5 of 8
By: Bob Hamilton
February 06, 2010 · 1,844 views

This is segment 5 of 8 of a video about turning a sewing kit. This project came from an article in BH&G WOOD magazine, either the Aug. 1994 issue or the Nov. 1996 issue. I can't tell from the on-line index description which article it was and I no longer have the magazine.

 

Sewing kit Segment 4 of 8
By: Bob Hamilton
February 06, 2010 · 1,648 views

This is segment 4 of 8 of a video about turning a sewing kit. This project came from an article in BH&G WOOD magazine, either the Aug. 1994 issue or the Nov. 1996 issue. I can't tell from the on-line index description which article it was and I no longer have the magazine.

 

Sewing kit Segment 3 of 8
By: Bob Hamilton
February 06, 2010 · 1,755 views

This is segment 3 of 8 of a video about turning a sewing kit. This project came from an article in BH&G WOOD magazine, either the Aug. 1994 issue or the Nov. 1996 issue. I can't tell from the on-line index description which article it was and I no longer have the magazine.

 

Sewing kit Segment 2 of 8
By: Bob Hamilton
February 06, 2010 · 2,383 views

This is segment 2 of 8 of a video about turning a sewing kit. This project came from an article in BH&G WOOD magazine, either the Aug. 1994 issue or the Nov. 1996 issue. I can't tell from the on-line index description which article it was and I no longer have the magazine.

 

Sewing kit Segment 1 of 8
By: Bob Hamilton
February 06, 2010 · 4,431 views

This is segment 1 of 8 of a video about turning a sewing kit. This project came from an article in BH&G WOOD magazine, either the Aug. 1994 issue or the Nov. 1996 issue. I can't tell from the on-line index description which article it was and I no longer have the magazine.

 

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